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Three computer professionals try to part ways with Google

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Mozilla has unveiled Collusion, a new add-on for the popular web browser that gives web users an instant view of which companies are “watching” them as they browse

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...ms and other third parties that track people’s online movements, says Mozilla CEO Gary Kovacs. Google’s business is built on advertising – the company earned $28 billion from its AdWords service in 2010. Google’s new privacy policy allows it to “streamline” data from Android phones, YouTube, Gmail and web browsing to target its adverts even more precisely towards individual...

Google Glass will perform many of the same tasks as smartphones, except the spectacles respond to voice commands instead of fingers touching a display screen

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Google has revealed for the first time what view users will get through its “Project Glass” wearable computer. 1. Google Glass responds to voice commands Google Glass will perform many of the same tasks as smartphones, except the spectacles respond to voice commands instead of fingers touching a display screen. 2. Run on Google’s Android The glasses include a tiny display screen attached to...

Google has agreed to give advertisers access to more information about their campaigns and has agreed not to use other providers' material such as product reviews in its search results

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The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has decided not to take legal action against Google at the end of a 19-month investigation into the search giant. The FTC found Google had not biased its search results to favor its products. Google has agreed to give advertisers access to more information about their campaigns and has agreed not to use other providers’ material such as product reviews...

Google has presented new mapping technologies in an effort to reassert its position as a market leader

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Google has presented new mapping technologies in an effort to reassert its position as a market leader. While it boasts one billion users, Google Maps has recently seen defections by some key developers and partners. Reports suggest Apple may abandon Google Maps next week at its annual developer conference. They suggest Apple may announce its own mapping application to replace Google Maps on its...

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Google has given a glimpse on just how much information on its users it has collected – and who thinks they are. However, it seems the famed Google algorithms are far from infallible. People taking advantage of the facility that allows the public to view what kind of consumer Google thinks they are have been amused to find themselves listed with the wrong age and even sex. Nevertheless, the...

Google's “unbreakable” Chrome browser was hacked in five minutes at a hacking conference in Vancouver by French security researchers

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Google’s “unbreakable” Chrome browser – the world’ second most-popular – was hacked in five minutes at a hacking conference in Vancouver by French security researchers. Another researcher then showed off a second hack that could take over a Windows machine using an infected website – and earned a $60,000 “bounty” from Google for the hack. Previously, Google’s C...

Twitter made a complaint regarding changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results

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Twitter made a complaint regarding changes made by Google to integrate its social network Google+ into search results. The new feature is called Search plus Your World, will automatically push results from Google+ up the search rankings. Tweeting on the news, Twitter’s lawyer Alex Macgillivray described it as a “bad day for the internet”. Google is determined to push its social...

Google Keep allows users to keep checklists and voice notes, and annotate photos

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Google’s new service, Keep, allows users to keep checklists and voice notes, and annotate photos. The digital memo market is a burgeoning one and the offering will put Google head to head with services such as Evernote. Experts predict that Google might have entered the market a little too late. Memory aid services are striking a chord with consumers and employees who are increasingly swamped by...

Google Drive

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Google Drive plans found by The Next Web Brad McCarty at The Next Web got lucky and received a draft release from a partner of Google’s upcoming Google Drive service which  discloses lots of information about how Google plans to take on the incumbent Dropbox. The story: 5 GB of storage, and it launches next week, most likely on Tuesday at http://drive.google.com Brad McCarty commented: Now let’...

Google has decided to shut down its Reader service starting from July 2013, as usage has declined

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Google has decided to shut down its Reader service starting from July 2013, as usage has declined. A petition to save the service, which aggregates news content from web feeds, had 25,000 signatures in a few hours. Experts say shutting Reader is part of Google’s plan to migrate more people to its social media service, Google+. Google said in its official blog: “There are two simple re...

Google has gone ahead with its new privacy policy despite warnings from the EU that it might violate European law

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Google has gone ahead with its new privacy policy despite warnings from the EU that it might violate European law. The change in Google’s privacy policy means private data collected by one of its services can be shared with its other platforms including YouTube, Gmail and Blogger. Google said the new set-up would enable it to tailor search results better. But data regulators in France have cast d...

Starting with March 1 Google controversially changes its privacy policy to allow it to gather, store and use personal information about its users

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Starting with March 1 Google controversially changes its privacy policy to allow it to gather, store and use personal information about its users. There is one way to stymie Google’s attempts to build a permanent profile of you that could include personal information including age, gender, locality and even sexuality. From March 1, you won’t be able to opt out of the new policy, which...

If you search for “Zerg Rush” on Google, the colored letters “O” turn into aliens that devour the page

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Google users searching for the term “Zerg Rush” had a big surprise; the colored letters “O” turn into aliens that devour the page – and the users could click on the little “aliens” to kill them. The hidden “Easter Egg” is a reference to the space strategy game Starcraft, where using a “Zerg Rush” with the game’s “Zergling” creatures is often a winning strategy. Google has a long tradi...

Google has announced that it is shutting seven more products in an effort to simplify its range of services

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Google has announced that it is shutting seven more products in an effort to simplify its range of services. Among the seven services are Google Wave, Knol and Google Gears. It is the third time that Google has announced a cull of several of its products at the same time after they had failed to take off. According to experts, the strategy might put off users from signing up to new services. Goog...

Google has gone all out with an array of pranks on April Fool’s Day beginning with Google Nose

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It looks like Google users are prime targets for pranks on April Fool’s Day. Google has gone all out with an array of pranks beginning with Google Nose – the newest addition to the search engine’s capabilities. Google Nose apparently allows users to search the “Aromabase” of more than 15 million Scentibytes then catch a whiff of everything from wet dog to dumpsters. Google has gone a...

Brazilian newspapers ban Google News from using their online content

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Brazilian newspapers accounting for 90% of the circulation in the country have abandoned Google News. Brazil’s National Association of Newspapers says all 154 members had followed its recommendation to ban the search engine aggregator from using their content. The papers say Google News refused to pay for content and was driving traffic away from their websites. Google said previously that...

Google's stock value plunged a hair-raising 10 percent this week

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...ch for a mobile ad. “I keep saying Facebook isn’t the only one that has a mobile issue – Google does, too,” Colin Gillis, an analyst for Boston Consulting Group, told CNBC.com. “If you are an investor in Facebook, mobile is priced into earnings. I don’t think mobile in Google is priced in.” Google’s stock value plunged a hair-raising 10 percent this week Advertisers aren&#...

An investigation by Europe's antitrust head Joaquin Almunia looked at whether Google gave preferential treatment to its own services in its search results

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The European Commission has said Google has “a matter of weeks” to allay concerns it is abusing its dominant position in the search engine market. An investigation by Europe’s antitrust head Joaquin Almunia looked at whether Google gave preferential treatment to its own services in its search results. Joaquin Almunia said the company must now “offer remedies” swiftly...

Google Nose is Google’s latest April Fools' Day prank to celebrate the practical joke-based holiday in 2013

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Google Nose is Google’s latest April Fools’ Day prank to celebrate the practical joke-based holiday in 2013. Google Nose BETA, the company’s new fictional product, promises “to offer the sharpest olfactory experience available.” Google Nose is Google’s latest April Fools’ Day prank to celebrate the practical joke-based holiday in 2013 A video introducing Google Nose...

Less than one in eight Google users has read the search engine's new privacy policy, a poll found two days before the moment of changing

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Less than one in eight Google users has read the search engine’s new privacy policy, a poll found yesterday. The great majority are in the dark about the way Google will use information about what they look for and what they do on-line, it said. The findings came amid deepening concerns about the abuse of private information by internet companies. At the weekend it was disclosed that people...

Isohunt's owner had suggested that Google-owned video clip site YouTube would be given preferential treatment because it was excluded from its Transparency Report list of sites that had provoked copyright removal requests

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File-sharing websites The Pirate Bay and Isohunt claim the new way in which Google is organizing its search results will drive more direct traffic to their home pages. Websites that have been flagged for aiding access to pirated content now automatically appear lower down on Google search lists. The Pirate Bay and Isohunt both say that Google is not their main source of traffic in any case. YouTu...

Made in partnership with tablet-maker Asus, Google’s tablet could sell for as little as $200, and will have a seven-inch screen

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Google is set to launch a smaller, cheaper Android rival to Apple’s iPad as early as May. Made in partnership with tablet-maker Asus, Google’s tablet could sell for as little as $200, and will have a seven-inch screen, according to a leak reported in Digitimes. Google’s tablet would be a competitor to Amazon’s Kindle Fire – and like Fire, would be built to sell content such as v...

Alma Whitten, who was Google's first privacy director, is to step down after three years in the role

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Alma Whitten, who was Google’s first privacy director, is to step down after three years in the role. The position was created by the search giant after mistakes on privacy including Google’s Street View cars collecting personal data as they captured images of street scenes. London-based Alma Whitten is being replaced in June by California-based Google software engineer Lawrence You....

Google launches internet-beaming balloons into near space

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Google is launching superpressure balloons into near space to provide internet access to buildings on the ground. About 30 of the superpressure balloons are being launched from New Zealand from where they will drift around the world on a controlled path. Attached equipment will offer 3G-like speeds to 50 testers in the country. Access will be intermittent, but in time Google hopes to build a big...